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AWEA Wind Project O&M and Safety Conference 2016

February 8 - 10, 2016

Hotel Del Coronado | San Diego, CA

About the conference

The AWEA Wind Project O&M and Safety Conference is where leading owners, operators, turbine manufacturers, material suppliers, wind technicians, managers, supervisors, engineers, and occupational environmental, health and safety professionals come together to share the best strategies to manage wind project assets, analyze the environmental, health, and safety challenges workers face, learn about the future of the U.S. O&M market, and network with top asset managers, OEMs, and vendors. It is the largest gathering of the U.S. operating wind industry and stakeholders in North America. In 2016, you will:

  • Analyze the latest technology to boost your operations
  • Discover the latest on blade design and repair
  • Gain the wind tech perspective in field operations and safety
  • Learn what you need to know about the new NERC-GADS reporting requirements for the wind industry  


Terawatt sponsors 

DNV GL        GE Renewable Energy       Siemens   

Megawatt sponsors

EDF Renewable Services     TGM Wind Services     Upwind Logo White

Kilowatt sponsors

Renewable NRG Systems       Shermco_White     Wanzek Construction

Event sponsors 

AMSOIL     Baze Field     CJC        ENSA

 EON     KWantera      Sky Climber     

Time Manufacturing     Vestas          WindCom

Media sponsors

 EnerG     Windpower Engineering & Development        Wind Systems Magazine


Green sponsor
EDP Renewables


AWEA O&M Recommended Practices

O&M ThumbnailDeveloped by the AWEA Operation and Maintenance Working Group, these recommended practices are the creation of dozens of expert wind project operators, engineers, technicians and designers who have teamed up to provide state-of-the-art guidance on the operation and maintenance of modern wind turbines and projects. Learn more >



Introduction to Safety: Wind Energy Industry

Introduction to Safety: Wind Energy IndustryThis training program was developed by the American Wind Energy Association Environmental Safety and Health Committee to assist managers in the industry conduct the OSHA General Industry 10-Hour Outreach Training. Your trainees will come away with an understanding of OSHA regulation, wind site operation hazards and warning signs, risk mitigation, emergency response planning, how to reduce work place injuries, and much more. Learn more >